by Kathy Jones on  November 30, 2013 at 8:00 PM News on IT in Healthcare
 GPS-Enabled Leather Wallets to Cut Risk of Theft Launched
A 20-year-old entrepreneur from New Jersey has launched a new leather wallet equipped with GPS technology and RFID-blocking material.

The Royce Freedom Wallet, available for both men and women for 99 dollars, links to an app on your smart-phone and updates you about the location of the wallet in case it's stolen or lost, New York Daily News reported.

In case of theft, the wallet sounds an alarm and is even fitted with a Radio Frequency Identification-blocking material which makes it safe from thieves who use scanners to swipe your credit card or social security numbers.

Source: ANI

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